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Saturday, December 5, 2020

(Video) Here are the top 5 Asia's richest families of 2020

Bloomberg Quicktake, has shared a video showing the top 5 richest Asian families in the year 2020. India's popular business man and his family topped the list, Ambani with over $76 bn.



According to Bloomberg, Asia's richest families are controlling a total networth of over $453 billion. That's huge, real huge! The CEO of Samsung and his family were part of the top 5.

In no particular order, here are the top 5 richest family in Asia:
1. Mukesh Ambani and his family: $76 billion (network). Reliance industries (company). Conglomerate including petrochemicals and telecom - Jio Digital life (industry). India - (country). 

2. Thomas Kwok Ping Kwong and his family: $33 billion (net worth). Sun Hung Kai properties (company). Real Estate (industry). Thomas Kwok rejoined the family business in 2020, after finishing a prison term for bribery. Hong Kong (country). 

3. Chearavanont family: $31.7 billion. Charben Pokphand group (company). Conglomerate with food and retail outlets (industry). Thailand (country). 

4. Hartono Michael and his family: $31.3 billion (net worth). Djarum and bank central Asia (company). Cigarettes and banking (industry). The family's bank central Asia cut back on drinking water to trim costs. Indonesia (country). 

5. Lee family: Samsung (company). $26.6 billion (networth). Electronics (Industry). South Korea (Country). The family could owe about $10 billion in inheritance taxes and after the death of patriarch Lee Kun-hee in October. 

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